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Vaccination Question

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Izzie999, Aug 12, 2009.


  1. Izzie999

    Izzie999 PetForums VIP

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    Hi all,

    Hoping someone can answer this for me? Sandy was due his boosters in June but I held off as he was undergoing treatment for his broken leg and was getting thoroughly cheesed off at all the poking and prodding. Have I left it too long now for him to just have the basic booster? I don't particularly want him to have the full course again.

    Best wishes

    Izzie
     
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    Jazzy PetForums VIP

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    If you have them done now I think you might be okay because I think I've read somewhere that 14 months is the time limit before you have to fully re-vaccinate.:)

    Oops sorry that's for dogs - I didnt realise it was the cats section because I clicked on New posts.:eek:
     
  3. Izzie999

    Izzie999 PetForums VIP

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    Thats ok, the same should apply really shouldn't it?

    BTW your dogs are gorgeous!

    Izzie
     
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    Aww thanks.:D

    Yes I would have thought it would apply to cats as well.:)
     
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    Hi,

    Well I have just booked him in for Saturday so will see what the vet says. The price wasn't too scary either, normally you have to remortgage to use the vets here lol:D

    Izzie
     
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    Jazzy PetForums VIP

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    Ooh that's good.:D

    Our vet charged £32 for one vaccination for our puppy as she had already had the first one. Think it was £46 for both vaccinations. Think it would have been fairer if they could have charged £23 as she didn't need them both. :laugh:
     
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    No wonder they drive around in posh cars. In our old vets there is lots of pics on the walls of all the holidays they had! Im still paying the bill off from Sandys op in February. They charged me about £300 for all the bandage changes they had done, In the UK that would have all been included in the aftercare!

    Izzie
     
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    Crikey that's steep.:eek: :eek:
     
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    Hi,

    I nearly passed out when I got the bill. He is worth it though, its good to have him back to his usual happy self.

    Izzie
     
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    I bet you did - I think I would have done too.:eek:
     
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